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The error now, which is become my crime,
Thus they in mutual accusation spent
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MEANWHILE the heinous and despiteful act
Up into heav'n from paradise in haste
For man; for of his state by this they knew, Much wondering how the subtle fiend had stol'n Entrance unseen.
Soon as th' unwelcome news From earth arrived at heaven gate, displeased All were who heard ; dim sadness did not spare That time celestial visages, yet mix'd With pity, violated not their bliss. About the new-arrived in multitudes Th’ ethereal people ran, to hear and know How all befell: they towards the throne supreme Accountable made haste to make appear With righteous plea their utmost vigilance, And easily approved; when the most high Eternal Father from his secret cloud Amidst in thunder utter'd thus his voice.
Assembled angels, and ye powers return'd From unsuccessful charge, be not dismay'd, Nor troubled at these tidings from the earth, Which
sincerest care could not prevent, Foretold so lately what would come to pass, When first this tempter cross'd the gulf from hell. I told ye then he should prevail and speed On his bad errand; man should be seduced And flatter'd out of all, believing lies Against his Maker; no decree of mine Concurring to necessitate his fall, Or touch with lightest moment of impulse His free will, to her own inclining left In even scaie. But fall’n he is, and now What rests, but that the mortal sentence pass On his transgression, death denounced that day, Which he presumes already vain and void, Because not yet inflicted, as he fear'd, By some immediate stroke; but soon shall find Forbearance no acquittance ere day end. Justice shall not return as bounty scorn'd. But whom send I to judge them ? whom but thee Vicegerent Son; to thee I have transferr'd ?
1. St. John v. 22.
Emaz. Teszt: era rebel
Sc scaze ide Paiba, asi cizz tiges
Faida eternal, teise is to decree,
Thus saying, from His radiant seat He rose Of high collateral glory: Him thrones and powers, Princedoms and dominations ministrant Accompanied to heaven gate, from whence Eden and all the coast in prospect lay. Down He descended straight; the speed of gods Time counts not, tho’ with swiftest minutes wing'd. Now was the sun in western cadence low? From noon, and gentle airs due at their hour To fan the earth now waked, and usher in
| Psalm lxxxv, 10.
2 Gen. iii. 8.
The ev’ning cool, when He from wrath more cool
Where art thou Adam,' wont with joy to meet
He came, and with him Eve, more loth, though first To offend, discountenanced both, and discomposed. Love was not in their looks, either to God Or to each other, but apparent guilt, And shame, and perturbation, and despair, Anger, and obstinacy, and hate, and guile. Whence Adam, falt'ring long, thus answer'd brief.
I heard thee in the garden, and of thy voice Afraid, being naked, hid myself. To whom The gracious Judge without revile replied.
My voice thou oft hast heard, and hast not fear'd,
To whom thus Adam sore beset replied.
1 Gen. iii, 9 and following verses.